Ann Coulter on the Murder of George Tiller, M.D.

These are Ann Coulter’s words on the murder of Abortion doctor, Geroge Tiller:

“I don’t really like to think of it as a murder. It was terminating Tiller in the 203rd trimester.”
“I am personally opposed to shooting abortionists, but I don’t want to impose my moral values on others.”

I have very mixed feelings about giving Ann any coverage.  But I decided we need to see these people for what they really are.

Coulter made these statements on the O’Reilly show.  Read more here.

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12 responses to “Ann Coulter on the Murder of George Tiller, M.D.

  1. I am not sure what my problem with crazy conservative women is today. I will go take a rest and maybe I will be feeling better later.

  2. Do you know a conservative woman who isn’t crazy?

  3. If you can stomach listening to her, here it is in her own words. Even O’Reilly found her outrageous. That’s saying something!

  4. Can we get this in brail so blind people can hate this stupid witch too?

  5. I think conservative women are pretty rare. At least I don’t think I know any personally.

  6. Ann’s dad was an attorney for coal mines who tried to protect the business interests from workers’ unions. That is all you really need to know about her.

  7. Conservative women are usually more quiet, not nearly as apt to tell the world what they think (while saying they don’t want to impose their moral values on others). The Conservative women I know are told by their husbands what they should think.

  8. Now that I think about it, the woman who is married to my oldest nephew is very conservative. She is too dumb, though, to realize how really dumb she sounds. My nephew is pretty conservative, too, but he should not be – he is an English professor in a small college in Pennsylvania – will be starting that this next academic year.

  9. jammer5

    Classic:

  10. lilacluvr

    Just before the election in 2004, one of my co-workers actually asked me if it was against the law for a woman to vote for a different presidential candidate than her husband. At first I thought she was just being sarcastic, but I soon realized she was dead serious!

    Her husband hated John Kerry and had told his wife that by law she could not even consider voting for this man since he was voting for Bush.

    At first I felt sorry for her but then it made me angry to think anyone – conservative or liberal – would be that stupid to not even know the basic rights of being an American.

    Needless to say, I have nothing good to say about this woman’s husband and I avoid him like the plague at company picnics. He fancies himself another ‘Rush’.

  11. lilacluvr

    Ann Coulter is just another ‘shock jock’ and will say anything outrageous enough to garner her the slightest attention.

    What angers me the most about Coulter is she gives the good Christians a bad name.

    If Coulter wants to be the smart ass and spew her hate – that is one thing but she uses the guise of Christianity as her defense…

    Just once, I wish God would use one of his lightning bolts and aim it just right……..splat – no more Annie.